The National Trust for Historic Preservation asked me to share some thoughts about my work—and the field overall.
Since starting my path in historic preservation 10-years ago I have explored/worked/learned in a variety of capacities in the field to find out where *I* fit in the preservation movement. What I've discovered is that it is imperative for historic preservationists to make an effort to push the boundaries of what the field does and who we connect to.
Read my piece “Heritage Conservation for All Ages” to learn how my work as a heritage resource consultants strive to do just that.
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